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Should the Philippines shift from using coal power to nuclear power?

  • Nuclear Power Is The Way To Go.

    I support the use of nuclear power and it is a great source of energy and should be implemented but not in area's which are likely that a natural disaster such as Tsunami's and earthquakes can happen regularly and with huge devastation. It would help the Philippines economically by reducing the unemployment rate and because you need to have specific qualifications it would boost the education in the area, plus because of the long construction time it creates a large amount of jobs and there would be enough time to implement the new education. If the power plant was in a safe and controlled environment it would boost the Philippines in a large way.

  • Nuclear Power Is The Way To Go.

    I support the use of nuclear power and it is a great source of energy and should be implemented but not in area's which are likely that a natural disaster such as Tsunami's and earthquakes can happen regularly and with huge devastation. It would help the Philippines economically by reducing the unemployment rate and because you need to have specific qualifications it would boost the education in the area, plus because of the long construction time it creates a large amount of jobs and there would be enough time to implement the new education. If the power plant was in a safe and controlled environment it would boost the Philippines in a large way.

  • Nuclear Power Is A Good Move

    Coal power is old technology. Coal, was at one time, a huge provider of power in the United States. While it is still important, countries like the Philippines, should look to stratify their power sources. Nuclear power, when created in the proper environments with the proper safety checks, is a far cleaner power source.

  • Nuclear Power could be risky.

    I support nuclear energy, and all types of renewable energy. However, we just witnessed the Philippines get hit by a devastating storm. That type of storm could cause major damage to a nuclear power plant, and cause even more problems than the storm itself. While coal may not be great for the environment, a nuclear disaster would be much worse.


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